Published at Monday, November 12th 2018. by Harriett Benjamin in Armchair.
The other good thing about this clue is it dries very rapidly, and I got time to clamp it having a budget within about half an hour. I can take it off the important part of placing these gussets as they overlap the front and back end, use two clamps on each just to make sure it's nicely down I'll. Next, it doesn't matter as this one doesn't meet the side there, because that all be taken care of in the shaping, but it's important that it covers the front edge.
Gussets are glued on and I've trimmed any overhanging edges so that they're in line with the shape of the seat. Now I'm going to put on the vise like this, this is just a rough drawing to show you what we're going to do. We need to cut the slots in the seat to accomplish this joint, which is basically taking it. It out like that, and also a bit out like that, through the thickness of it, and I'm going to do that with a router and to keep control of everything. I'm going to put this jig over it. The jig is now clamped to the seat so that we can use the router to cut the slots for the front joins now this perspective.
These are the slots, we're cutting a slot through there and taking off this corner. That's done with the router, it's the thickness. The depth of the count has got to be the thickness of the front legs. So just so, the jig will take the corner part out and then I'll put this in which moves the router the right distance over. To do the second one routing is done, I just removed and there's the front joint for cutter and accurate. The back joints are exactly the same. I just use the other sides of the jig, which is just a bit closer together.
Having routed out these joints front and back there are these extra bits that left on the side they're not required because on the front the leg actually forms the outside part. So I'm going to trim these off now, having rounded out the joints in the seat, we now got to cut the front legs. We've got to take a piece out like this, for it to fit, I've actually got a rogue leg, which is already done, and it's also a good fit. So I can use this over here in the Vice clamp this into the top surface.
Here of these two bits of timber infill and the router we all can run along here and just take out in one sweep. The important thing is that when I rout this slot out, I leave the right amount of material here so that this is a good fit in the slot in the chair. You know to do that. I'm using a wheel on the router which will run along this edge here.
So if I put the router down in here and position, it correctly move the wheel up to that piece of timber and clamp it in now, cheating a bit really because I've already got a test piece witches and I was right, but I still need to actually Do that cut and make sure that re out has cut so I would use this the other end of this piece, clamp it in the vise and I'm ready to go over there.
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